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The screen will not fill up. Black band around image 19 inch monitor.Tried 3 computers and same result.

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  • daviiidnone Mar 16, 2008

    None of these. Gosh, I have loaded drivers etc.
    This condition exists thru three computerrs.
    I have changed resolutions several times.
    I tried my neighbors computer. Same result.
    Hellup--------------------------
    David

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I have a laptop that does the same thing. What you need to do is:

Right click on desktop>Properties>Settings>

Then, once you are there, push that little slider up all the way, and the screen should fill the monitor. If that doesn't work, let me know.

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    Matthew Haynie Mar 17, 2008

    Well, not so sure... Does the monitor have different inputs? If so, try a different input. If that still doesn't work I'd guess the monitor is faulty, but I'd also ask someone else before spending a bunch of money on sending it in...

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Have you tried installing the driver for the screen & setting your screen resolution to something different? drivers can be obtained from manufacrurer's site

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